The City of Westlake’s Center Ridge Corridor Master Plan builds upon the unique history and high-quality assets that exist along this significant six mile stretch of roadway.

Project Area

Map of the study area


This Master Plan is a policy guide created by the City of Westlake in collaboration with residents, business owners, stakeholders, and interested groups. It is a long-term plan for how the corridor might grow and develop in the future, and it is intended to look five to ten years from present day. The Center Ridge Corridor Plan consisted of a five-phase process.

Current Conditions: The Current Conditions phase involved collecting data on demographics, land use, and transportation as a baseline for understanding the community and how it compares locally, regionally, and nationally.

Community Vision: In the Community Vision phase, County Planning facilitated the articulation of a vision for how the corridor might grow and change in the next decade based on input from residents, businesses, and community leaders.

Goals and Actions: The Goals and Actions phase outlined the steps necessary to achieve the community’s desired future.

Implementation: The Implementation phase built on the goals and actions steps from the previous phase to outline strategies, partners, responsibilities, and priorities for undertaking actions.

Master Plan Document: In the final phase, County Planning combined all the previous phases into a completed Master Plan document.

Public Engagement

The planning process involved public involvement at a variety of stages and levels, including leadership from the City of Westlake, a Steering Committee of community stakeholders, and other public engagement efforts. This helped ensure the plan reflected the concerns, ideas, and priorities of residents and business owners.

Meeting Materials

Public Meetings

Public Meeting #1 (January 23, 2020)

Virtual Public Meeting (June 1-30, 2021)

Download the presentation

Steering Committee Meetings

Steering Committee #1 – Introduction (June 12, 2019)

Steering Committee #2 – Current Conditions (November 6, 2019)